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Postville Post (Newspaper) - May 23, 1884, Postville, Iowa News condensed. Concise record of the week. Doings of Congress. A debate on Tho proposition to of Oato Tho indians of Alaska constituted Tho Day s work of Tho Benato on Tho 12th. Inst. In Tho House of representatives Bills wore introduced to place Gen. Grant on the retired list and to restrict to american citizens the ownership of Roal estate in the territories. Or. Hewitt presented a new Tariff measure. A Henat Hill was passed to punish Tho counterfeiting of Securi titles of foreign governments. A report was i do that the petition of William Webster claiming to have been unlawfully deprived of a tract of land in new zealand be transferred to president Arthur for investigation. Bills were passed to increase the water Supply of Washington and to Complete the sewerage a Stem of the District of Columbia. Or. O Neill introduced a Bill to exempt from duty raw sugar Rice and various other articles of food. The Bill to Placo Gen. U. on the retired list of the army with full rank and passed the Senate by a unanimous vote on Tho 13th inst. Majority and minority reports Scro made on the Bill to pension Gen. Ward is. Burnet and or. Sherman presented a petition to put Gen. Fremont on Tho retired list. A communication from the Secretary of War asked an appropriation of $20,000 to repair Jackson liar Racks at now Orleans. Or. Logan Irac notice that when the mexican pension Bill comes up he will move to strike out the amendment providing that no one shall have the Benefit thereof nil cab unable to make a living. Or. Vance called up his Resolution to appropriate a too for a Monument to sir Walter Raleigh on Roanoke Island and it was referred to the committee on Library a conference committee was appointed on the shipping Bill. The Indian appropriation Bill was completed and parsed. The House of representatives passed the Senate Bill providing for civil government in Alaska As also n measure making the Ine Slature of Dakota consist of Twenty four members of the Council and forty eight members of the House. The Townshend Bill providing that no territory shall apply for admission to the Union until it has population sufficient for congressional representation was Laid on the table. The Bill for Tho establishment of a Bureau of labor statistics was taken up in the Senate on the Lith inst., and or. Oarland moved to Amend to have the work performed by the Bureau of statistics of the Treasury department. The matter went Over. A Bill was favourably reported to extend to August 1880, the time to commence laying Ocean Pablos. A Bill was of a Pontoon Wagon Bridge Over the Mississippi near Dubuque. In the House of Borreson Tatevos resolutions were reported unseating or. Mckinley from the eighteenth Ohio District and or. People from the seventh Indiana District. A favourable report was made on a Bill for a mint at St. Louis. Or. Springer asked unanimous consent to put pm passage a Bill authorizing the Purchase of 42,000,000 in Bonds with greenbacks held in Tho a Treasury but or. Weller objected. The consular and diplomatic appropriation Bill was vigorously debated in committee of the whole. A motion by or. Robinson to abolish the Oftie of Man Lutor to Groat Britain was lot. In. Hoi Taraji offered a Resolution in Tho Senate on the 16th inst., directing the finance committee to investigate Tho National Bank suspensions in new York with Leavo to Send for persons or papers. A Bill was passed to Aid the new Orleans exposition to the amount of $1,000,000. A message was received from the president recommending in appropriation to carry out the treaty with Mexico As to the Boundary line. Or. Cullom introduced a Bill to prevent speculation by officers of National Banks. An adjournment to the 10th was taken the House of representatives passed Bills to authorize the construction of Bridges Over the Rio Grande at Eagle pass and Laredo and Over Tii Missouri from Douglas county Nebraska. The consular and diplomatic Bill was debated in Tho House. Or. Holman Democrat defended the course of the committee in cutting Down salaries of diplomatic representatives and consuls to foreign ports Wyllo messes. Hitt Reed and Hiscock. Republicans advocated More Liberal appropriations for the consular and diplomatic Bervice a d offered amendments to increase the various items All of Wiloh were voted Down. Serious riots occurred at Quincy 111., growing out of Tho strike of Tho Union stove molders Thoro and Tho not opt of Tho manufacturers to Supply their places with nonunion men. Ono of Tho non unionists was shot through Tho hand Tho Driver of Tho Wagon in which he Rodo was also wounded by n pistol Ball. Sue Pard & co., of Milwaukee suspended because of Tho full in wheat. Their liabilities arc Small. A savings Bank at St. Joseph Missouri with deposits of 51,800,000, suspended on account of its connection with Tho bunk nip firm of Dotinel Lawson & Simpson of new York. The National Bank of Commerce with a capital of $1,000,000, has Boon organized at Minneapolis. E. Of Gould of Saginaw Mich., will to president. S. Murphy a Burlington Iowa editor kicked Down stairs a person who wanted to punish him for writing something reflecting on him. The party kicked when to got to Tho toot of Tho stairs flood off a revolver. No Ono was killed. Eastern. The wildest excitement new York has known since the Jay Cooke failure in september 1873, prevailed in Wall Street on wednesday Tho 14th inst. Thousands of brokers and Bankers were at their offices two hours earlier than usual and immediately upon the opening of the Stock Exchange great uneasiness became Manifest. The galleries and Tho floor were packed and before business had fairly started Somo one yelled out Tho second National and Tho metropolitan have gone up the scone that followed beggars All description. Pandemonium Rol Ned and Roar after Roar from excited men put a Stop to trading. Messenger boys dashed hither and thither calling out in shrill excited tones names familiar in financial circles adding to Ibe wild scene. At an Early hour the failure of j. C. Williams was announced and in the next breath came Tho failure of the old House of o. M. Bogart. Again and again Tho surging crowd yelled and were answered by excited thousands in Broad and Wall streets and Exchange place. Failure after failure was announced in rapid succession each collapse causing a fresh renewal of Tho excitement. Tho culmination was reached however when the vat Exchange received proclamation of Tho ruin of Hatch &. Foote Tho greatest brokerage House on Tho Street. The crowd seemed stunned for an instant when a great Wail of do Treis Shook Tho building. They knew that a Groat Panlo had struck Tho Street and looked at each other in helpless amazement Secretary folgore in at the Treasury building and will Holp us rang out a Clear Strong steady voice close to Tho chairman s desk and immediately deafening cheers rang out through to building and wore taken up and repeated upon Tho Street. Many leading members rushed Over to the Treasury building found judge Folger seated on Tho railing about Washington s statute and received from him assurances that the government would do everything in its Power to help Tho Street. This Good news was carried Back to Tho Exchange and produced a Inar Kod effect. Comparative quiet was restored and of oratory Bogan to look about and calculator the damage produced by Tho financial Cyclone. It was found that two National Banks with a capital of $3,000,000 and 82,000,000, respectively and eight of Tho largest brokerage firms in Tho bit had collapsed that stocks had declined As they were Novor known to decline Bosforo and that Tho prices of produce had also greatly shrunk. An improved feeling was noted at the opening of Tho new York Stock Exchange on the 15thinst., until Rhefail Neof . Dimock & senior Rhomb or of the firm is president of the Bankers and merchants Telo graph company was Nunno snood. The soon re Bleb grow weaker and again rallied when the metropolitan National Bank resumed. At the latter Bank As Well As at Tho second National Many deposits wore withdrawn but the Money was promptly paid. About fifteen minutes before Tho close of business the failure of Fisk & Hatch was announced causing a sensation As or. Hatch is president of the Stock Exchange then proles tumbled and Tho mar. Kot closed in a chaotic condition. No Dorlous disturbances were reported throughout Tho country Tho feeling prevailing that the storm Ronld to weathered. In London and other european Trade centers there Wab some excitement and a fall in values of american securities was noticed. George i. Sony resigned the presidency of Tho now York metropolitan Bank and Henry l. Jacques was chosen for Tho position. Western. Haggerty & sons auctioneers St. Louis have failed. Liabilities $80,500 assets $13,000. The Northwestern manufacturing and car company of Stillwater minn., of which United. States senator Sable is president has failed with liabilities of about $1,000,000 and assets that will aggregate $1,000,000. J. Townsond St co., Millers also suspended their liabilities being estimated at $500,-000. Southern. A delegation of Vasi Nesb men of Galveston have gone to Washington to Urgo Congress to adopt Tho plan of capt. Jumez b. Ends to obtain deep water to the sea la opposition to the views of Engineer Mansfield. Began Cash the South Carolina Murde Crof marshal Richards was killed last week while resisting arrest by a posse in charge of Deputy sheriff King. One of Tho pose was slightly wounded and one of Cash s associates was seriously wounded. The jury in the Case of e. B. I Wheeler charged with the murder of j. P. Matthews in Topiah county Mississippi returned a verdict of not guilty after a consultation of one hour. Circuit judge Reid of mount Sterling ky., who in Short to Leno since was cow Hided by one Corneilson a lawyer for an alleged partial ruling and who persistently resisted the advice of friends to Challenge Corneilson to mortal combat has committed suicide. It is said that to was driven to insanity by Tho taunts of alleged friends. Washington. Sex senator Spencer of Alabama has brought suit against attorney general Brewster for false arrest. Tho action arises out of Tho arrest of Spencer in Nevada on Tho charge of contempt of court during Tho Star route trials. Tho damages Aro placed at 20,000. Spencer modestly claims that his arrest was for Tho purpose of magnifying Tho pm Portano of the Star route Casos. The Senate committee on foreign relations reports that none of Tho thrills of european or american countries bloc Zucally discriminate against merchandise from Tho United states but Franco and Austro Hungary have by Stoms which operate against us and great Britain has discriminated against american cattle for alleged sanitary reasons. The United states Ai Tor an Effort to show Tho facts my retaliate against Causeless prohibition. The pension Hill As reported from Tho appropriation committee of the House reduces the amount of the unexpended dal. Anco to be appropriated Lor Tho coming year from $84,000,000 to $00,000,000, and strikes out the provision allowing pension agents 10 per cent on claims. Political. Congressman Blackburn said in an interview at Washington that All Tariff legislation is dead beyond a Hope of resurrection to far us this Congress is concerned and that the Hope of the reformers is in the National democratic convention. There said or. Blackburn Tho Itsuo will to Mado and fought. To shall Appeal from Tho combination of renegade democrats and republicans in the House to the National democratic convention and from it to the people. This session will to brought to a close before Tho meeting of Tho democratic convention. All that Tho country expects us to do is to hurry up Tho appropriation Bills and go leading business men of new York to Tho number of 600 or More have called on John Jacob Astor b. Bristow and others to designate a time and place to express approval of the administration of president Arthur and voice their wish that to be renominated at Chicago. A sub committee of Tho National Republican Central committee in Chicago last week and visited Tho exposition building. John c. New announced that tickets to Tho convention will be ready May 31, and that the chief difficulty Lay in Tho demands of the woolly press. Sent have been provided for 9,2il persons. The democrats of the Louisiana leg Laturo in caucus nominated j. B. Eustis for United states senator on Tho first ballot. Or. Eustis will succeed or. Jonas who was chosen six years ago to succeed or. Eustis. Turn about is fair fire record. The fire losses of the week were As recorded Bolow Lobess. Shelburne ont., Royal 30,001 St. John Quebec of Nawaro factory. 15,000 Louester mass., hotel. 10,000 Detroit m ch., Sawmill. 00,000 Cleveland Ohio four Mill. 25,000 Pittsburg pa., Glass factory. 20,000 Oswego n. Y., steam tug. 20,000 Florence wis., mine machinery. 15,000 met Ainora ind., business look. 15,000 Boston business Block. 60,000 coquette wis., planing Mill. 20,000 Columbiana Ohio flouring Mill. 80,000 Norwalk conn., fur factory. 70,000 Duluth minn., machine shop. 20,000 Al Connes ind., hotel. 16,000 big rapids Mich., 8,000.000 shingles. 10,000 Oswego n. Y., Arcade look. 100.000 Cleveland Oil and Point works. To a of Canton mass., bus Ponder works. 100,001 Moberly mo., Hay Rake factory. 30,000 Sharon wis., business property. 20,000 Baltimore tin can factory. 15,000 Epping n. H., Stearns look. 20,000 Wallingford conn., manufacturing property. W,000 Breeds Volle Mich., business houses. 15,000 Oconomowoc wis., Grange store. 10,000 Saginaw City mloh., Grain barns. 10,000 Dallas tex., Block of stores. 75,000 Williamsburg ky., saw Mills. 00,000 Harlem n. A brewery. 100,000 miscellaneous. Charles o Conor the Well known now York lawyer died at Nantucket mass., Agod 80 years. Cyrus h. Mccormick the inventor of Tho reaping machine died at his Homo in Chicago. He was born in Virginia in 1800, and emigrated to the West in 1817. To has Given vast sums to the presbyterian Churlou. His estate is estimated at $15,000,000, which descends to his Wilfo and live children. A week s death record Hon. Truman Smith of Connecticut who served in Congress from 1830 to 1847, and in to Senate from 1849 to 1864 prof. Samuel d. Gross an eminent surgeon of Philadelphia col. Thomas h. Hunt treasurer of the world s exposition organization at new Orleans William f. Clogg a celebrated naturalist of Boston Judah p. Benjamin formerly United states senator from Louisiana and Confederate Secretary of War at. Paris France John t. Slater of Norwich conn., who gave $1,000,000 to the cause of education in the Southern states Lemuel Suwu president of Tho great Boott Mills in Massachusetts Midhat Pasha Tho Oxild turkish statesman Giovanni Prantl italian poot and statesman Paris c. Dunning of Liloon Langton ind., who was governor of Indiana in 1840 Charles Adolph Wirtz distinguished French chemist. Foreign. A treaty of peace Between Franco and Bina has been no Rod on. Tho pall Mali Gazette says Tho treaty cedes Franco More territory than she claimed and that it will greatly strengthen prime minister for by s position in France and in cons Cuenco to will to Able to regain for Franco Tho position she once held in Egypt. It is stipulated that China will at once withdraw her troops from Tonquin. A tin can containing four detonators for firing dynamite was found under the Wall of Woolwich Arsenal in England. Another tin can near by contained seven pounds of a sub stance thought to to dynamite. It is reported i rom Dublin that an attempt was Mado recently to destroy Tho Nelson column in that City. A labourer named Mcginn was discovered within Tho precincts of Dublin Castle with a bag of Gunpowder and a Long fuse. Later news items. In the Stock Exchange on the 16th inst values opened lower and unsettled but before Tho first Call a steadier feeling manifested itself an Advance of 1 to ?.\ 2 per cent being note. Thou the failure of h. C. Hardy & sons was announced when values again sagged off and the list dropped still further when it became known that the Newark savings institution had closed its doors. After this Confidence began to return there Teleg heavy purchases of stocks for foreign shipment. Before the close a dread of further failures resulted in a feverish feeling which passed away rapidly when no disasters occurred and Tho Market closed in a whirl of buoyancy unknown for n Long time. Call Loans dropped from per cent per diem to 5 to 0 por cont. Per annul and Large amounts of Money Wero received from Tho country. Tho feeling of Confidence was enhanced by the Hank of new York loaning 53,000,000 on government Bonds and by Tho issuance of $5,000,000 by the Clearing House. Closing deals Lodi Atod an Advance of 3 to 8 Points in Active shares and the feeling was that Tho crisis had been passed and that the Market would soon 10-turn to its Normal condition. The Iowa Greenback state committee met at pcs Moines and selected four delegates to Tho National convention who favor Ben Butler in ease to no copied the Green backers nomination before the convention adjourned. The funeral of Charles o Connor took Placo at Tho roman Catholic Cathedral in now York. Among those present wore sex senator Roscoe colliding of senator kor Nan Tho Rev. Or. Morgan Dix mgr. Cupol roman Catholic Bishops Moqua do of Rochester n. Lhendrickson of Rhode Island Mclnerney of Albany and Wigger of new Jersey sex mayor Grano of Secretary Evarts Roswell p. Flower and of Secretary Bristow. The jail at Ashland Ohio was guarded for Twenty four hours by Tho eighth regiment of the National guard in consequence of threats by a to Lynch George a. Horn and William h. Grobben the murderers of Harry Williams. Nearly ten thousand people gathered about Tho enclosure where the execution by Tho sheriff took place. The condom nod men to enc penitent at Tho last moment and four clergymen prayed with them. Tho murderers Wero Given Brandy to maintain their nerve and Grobben nearly fell fainting on the scaffold. Lewis Cook Ono of the militiamen was hotly Tho leg Byar Loter. Christian Riebling was executed in an enclosure it Morrison Whiteside county 111., for the murder of Albert Lucia. To made a full confession and met death with firmness. His neck was broken and he was pronounced dead in twelve minutes. At Greenfield s. 0., Riley Anderson and James and Alfred Mccullough father and son paid to full penalty of the Law. Judge Lynch officiated at the execution of two Brothers named Pope and a Man Nat nod Kuykendall in Howard Arkansas who confessed to having robbed and murdered a peddle named Ward afterwards burning his body. Tho took the prisoners from jail and hanged them to the limb of a Forest Oak. Lord Aylesford a cattle King in Texas has returned to England for a Violt and will bring Back n number of arts Torratio friends and Endeavor to induce them to Settle Noar him. The National convention of the ancient order of hibernian held at Cleveland last work passed resolutions declaring Adolf to to Tho free institutions of Tho United states Wyllo unchanged in their love for their motherland and declaring their organization entirely roman Catholic in its tendencies. The House of representatives passed a Bill on Tho 16th inst. To authorize the const motion of Bridges across the Wisconsin Chippewa and St Croix Rivers in Wisconsin. In committee of Tho whole the River and Harbor Tho diplomatic and Tho army appropriation Bills were debated and favourably reported to the House. An evening session was devoted to work on pension Bills. The Senate was not in session. The Market. New York. 6.60 r 7.50 has. 6.50 @ 0.00 flour extra. 3.60 r 4.00 wheat no. 2 Chicago.97 r .91 no. 2 red. 1.04 r 1.05m con no. 2.03 r .65 Oats-White.42 r .46 pome mess. 16.75 @17.2b laud.08 4r .08j4 Chicago. Beeves Choice to prime steers. C.50 @ 0.76 fair to Good. 6.76 r 0.25 common to medium. 5.25 r 5.75 has. 6.76 @ 6.25 flour fancy White Winter sex 6.60 @ 5.75 Good to Choice Spring. 4.50 & 5.25 wheat no. 2 Spring.88 & .81 no. 2 hard Spring.00 Conn no. 2.66 oath no. 2.88 1we-no. 2.62 Batley no. 2.65 butter Choice creamery.21  Fino dairy.18 potatoes-peachblows.80 Ecigk-fresh.13 i Oitk-moss.17.25 Laiu. Milwaukee. Wheat no. 2.89 Cohn no. 2.63 oat8-no. 2.84 bake by no. 2.68 pork mess. 17.25 land. 8.25 St. Louis. Wheat no. 2 red. 1.12 Cobn-mixed.62 Oats no. 2.32 rye.69 pork mess. 16.50 . Cincinnati. Wheat no. 2 red. 1.06 Cobn.69 Oats-mixed.86 pork mess. 17.25 labd.08 Toledo. Wheat no. 2 rod.95 r .08 con no. 2.58 r .69 Oats no. 2.86 & .88 Detroit. Flour. 6.60 & 8.00 wheat no. 1 White. I.05 r 1.06 Cobn-mixed.65 r .68 Oats no. 2 mixed.35 r .80 pork mess. 20.00 @20.60 Indianapolis. Wheat no. 2red.1.03 011.05 Cobn-mixed.54 r .50 Oats-mixed.34 r .35 East Liberty. Cattle Best. 4.50 @ 6.60 fair. 4.00 @4.75 common. 8.76 r 4.26 has. 6.75 @ 6.25 Buee. 8.25 @ 4.60 r .91 @ .67 @ .37 f.63 .67 @ .22 @ .20 @ .38 r .14 c17.60 mar .081e .90 .65 .86 _ .70 r 8.60 r 1.13 & .65 r .33 r .60 @17.0o .08$ r 1.08 & .62 & .40 017.76 @ .08k Flowers in the tropics. Thero can be no greater mistake than to assume that Tho Ilo wors of Tho tropical forests Aro chiefly odourless and that tropical Birds have no song. It is Only necessary to read Humboldt water ton and other great travellers to have this impression removed. If 0110 live for months in those Southern forests As the writer has done to will find that the air is ovo Laden wit i the perfume of Ilo wors and frequently vocal with the song of Birds. A Light Breeze from Tho Forest writes one who has climbed to Tho mexican table land often conveys a perfect Cloud of most delicious doors to the doors of Orange Lime and Citron tuberose violets and magnolias permeate the air especially in Tho gardens of Tho const and Tho Temperle Region. Almost the first greeting extended to Cortez when lie entered Tho walled City of Campolla was accompanied with a present of Flowers and Tho mexican Nobles always carried nosegay in which they took great Delight. In the religious ceremonies of Tho mexicans oven in Tho bloody rites of the a Tomb Flowers played an important part. Flowers and fruit were Tho offerings made in the worship taught by the culture hero quetzalcoatl. The Spanish x priests in their anxiety to Securo converts in Tho years succeeding the Conquest allowed the indians to retain Many of their ancient forms of worship least objectionable of which was the expression of their adoration through the medium of Flowers. It is related that Long after the overthrow of the Aztec War god the terrible the indians would visit him by stealth and decorate his prostrate form with garlands of Flowers. The markets of Mexico Are filled with Flowers. They Bloom Here All the year round from the High Plains of Tlascala to the Borders of tiie sea May be traced that blossoming of the Beautiful that pervades All nature whether the country be visited in january or in Juno in August or december. This love for Flowers this redeeming trait of the Aztec character has survived oppression of three Hundred years three centuries of Spanish taskmasters have failed to efface it. Tho aztecs had feasts of Flowers As Well As the ancients of Europe and Tho East and for every Plant they had a name in which its Peculiar Quality or virtue was expressed. The mexican artists painted them so accurately that these pictures served the Learned Hernandez in the formation of his great work on the Flora of Mexico a work that has stood the criticisms of All writers to the present Day. So desirous were the mexican rulers to possess All the rare and Beautiful plants in their kingdom that they formed gardens and conservatories and made Long expeditions in search of them. A single Flower was Tho cause of War Between Montezuma and Mali Nally lord of Tho a aztecs in 1507, if we May believe the Aztec traditions. Among the Many Flowers which embellish the Meads and adorn the gardens of Mexico there is one which was considered sacred by the aztecs and is to Day one of the most curiously shaped in Tho world. It is called the Macpha Xochitl or hand Flower it is of Tho shape of a Bird s foot or the hand of a Monkey and is or was recently still shown in Tho botanic Garden of Mexico As a great curiosity. Fred a. Ober in Good Slicer. Nervous dyspeptic individuals Whoso distress of mind and body Insko lil o miserable if your Sut Loings have been prolonged and increased by Tho use of bitters and Pretet Loil cures of Kii Hicy and liver diseases throw All such nostrums aside und land Lle Altu strength and Al dior in i lint Sinilo remedy known As or. Lluy Hult s yellow Dock und furs Apurillo. It. Purines the blood strengthens Tho urinary and digestive organs and infuses new life All parts of the body. No other remedy of Jials it. Llano your druggist got i for you. I Init is the thing that Koops a Man in debt. Liis is not front the Tii. Loloi Niord s acid phosphate. A valuable tonic. Or. C. C. Olmsted Milwaukee wis., says i have used it in my practice ten years and consider it a valuable Norvo two of a kind. They were talking about Gus de Smith and Kosciusko Murphy in the Khz Zlatop family. Col. Fizzle top said that he considered them two of the brightest Young men in Austin. Little Johnny spoke up and said Why pair. De Smith has t got any sense. The other Day he thought i was a Chip and or. Murphy can t count what do you Meau Jolany Well a i was Riding out on my Little Donkey the other Day and i met Gus de Smith and or. Murphy. Or. Do Smith looked at me and said i was a Chip of Tho old and what did or. Murphy say he put his hand on the Donkey and said there Wero two chips of Tho old Block. Now if i was a Chip of the old Block How did he come to say Thero were two chips the Donkey in t a Chip of the old Block too is he the old lock or rather fizzle top has not Xii to As Good an opinion of those Young men Asho formerly had. Texas sifting8._ a Lucky Kangaroo Klimt or. One of Tho most daring Kangaroo Hunters of Australia and his Stag hounds Wero terribly lacerated by a wounded Kangaroo on the great sheep Ranche of or. Alfred Hay Booman Omna n. S. W., and were entirely cured by the use of St. Jacobs Oil. Or. Hay writes that it is Tho greatest pain cure Ever introduced for Man or beast. Miniature Trees. The Dwarf Trees of China Are Tho great curiosities of forestry. Every child knows How Tho chinese cramp their women s feet by bandaging them when they Are infants and thus Render it impossible for them to walk. It is however wonderful to see miniature Oaks chestnuts Pines and Cedars growing in Flower pots co years old and yet not a foot High. A Friend of mine who is an invalid and confined to his room has been during several years past amusing himself among other matters with Tho cultivation of Dwarf Trees and to has succeeded admirably. He takes a Young Plant cuts off its tap Root and places it in a Basin in which there is Good soil kept Well watered. If it grows too rapidly to digs Down and shortens in several roots. Evory j ear Tho leaves grow smaller and the Little Dwarf Trees make interesting pets just As some people raise Canary Birds and others squirrels. A common act of Folly committed by persons whose stomachs Are also Decd by the pics Coo of Bolo is to attempt to cause rot Jhung and thus t eject it. A wine a a 8lul or two of that wholesome Melcino to Slotter s stomach hitters will Tranquillo the digestive organs and the Vittora subsequent cathartic effect upon the Bov s will Render Tho Relief Complete. Nausea fur upon the Tongue head Sci a yellow Nash of to skin cd staveness pain in the Rem on of Tho liver and through Tho shoulder Blae arc the Well known indicia of liver co print and it is to Dos a to in with mrs searching remedy before tin y rail Nilmei e in Kubuj Hank worse f hat easel is i tub r of the stomach indigestion is Saifoo Rym i by the hitters and it i a specific of a of to Liccy for fever and ago pm twid in us cd vigor into a system Volo i Jei tubes building in. Teas Nablo pcs Steve in i s use Wilri end in . No Power can be founded upon injustice per Ury and treachery. Sometimes these vice3 May have a Tempo Ary such coh and for a season appear to be i nourishing but Timo will Ili solve t e delusion and demonstrate that the terrible and continued apprehension will be realized that a final ruin will to brought about by such Means As caused their Elevation. Tiie Boss copyrighted the Yuil Crmim Cirul Riu Kation to guests have induced the proprietors of Lyd Lii e. Pinkham s vegetable compound to Send by mull to various Huly correspondents Larro mounted portraits of mrs. I i Khan and now Many a household Wall is Lul Ornot by the familiar Motherly face of Tho Mitseas Chusett woman who has done so much Tor All . It is hard to Bunek a horse or a business Man whoa to is ten another kit vol. J. C. Cray of Dadeville ala., writes us i have been to Sonji your or. Win. Hall s la Austim Lor Tho lungs and i can say of a truth it is far Superior to any other lung preparation in Tho world. My Mother was confined to her bed four weeks with u Coughi and had every attention by a coed physician but to failed to elect 11 curio Imd when 1 rut one bottle of Youv t r. Win. Hull s Hal Sain Lor Llic lungs she began 10 mend right away. 1 can sity 111 truth hint it win the Means of saving Liev i of. 1 know of live cases that or. W m. Hull s Len Lanm hns cured and my Mother is better than she Litis been for Twenty Prim Imonen. If compound oxygen were promptly used in an attack of acute pneumonia there would lie few deaths from this disease. Its Actium in allaying bronchial Mil pulmonary irritation relieving congestion and i-03toring healthy secretions to the mucous membranes is most Ron ii Katie. Write to bus. Starkey a Pylon 11051 Girard St., rhiln., for information in regard to this remarkable treatment. Put up at Tho Gault House. Tho business Man or tourist will find first class accommodations at Tho Low Price of s3 and a .50 per Day at Tho Gault House Chicago Corner Clinton and Madison streets. This far lamed hotel is located in Tho Center or Tho City Only one Block from the Union depot. Elevator All appointments first class. 11. Hot proprietor. Pure cod Livor Oil Mado from selected livers on Tho sea Short by Caswell Haz Ahu & co., now York. It is absolutely Puro and Sweet. Patients who have once taken it prefer it to All others. Physicians Liao decided it Superior to any of the other oils in Murkot. _ tons of Silver. Five thousand ions is u Good Deal of Silver for the government to keep in its vaults especially so when every single Dollar could to invested in car Bollnow pro Bono Publico. Chapped hands Foo pimples and rough skin cured by using Juniper Utah soap Mado by Caswell Hawaii to & co., now York. Headache is immediately relieved by Tho use of Piso s it Emedy for Catarrh. One greasing with Frazer Axle grease will lust two Wooks All others two to three Days. If a cough disturbs your sleep one dose of Pibo s cure will Alvo you a night s Rost. Bough on Lints clears out hats mice Al left Mother Swan s worm syrup tasteless t be. Hough on coughs troches 15c liquid,50c. They were right when lie Noo lors called it crave and or. Was Liin Felon Monroe of Cal skill ctr can co., in. V., was fortunate in uhlnsr15r David Kennedy s favorite Kennedy Lii Cut entirely removed the e incas the Wisdom 01 following a Aviko h advice. For Many coi a i Hail buffered from a complaint which the physics Iii called or vol. I had employed some of the Moat noted doctor without obtaining any permanent Relief and for a Long Timo my Cane was re thai did is hopeless. All who knew the Bairt i must die. Finally my wife induced me to try a Bottlo of Dix. David Kennidy s favorite in Efredy which she Hud Kom Ethero heard of Orson advert ipod. Without Tho Faith in it but solely to to ratify her i bought a Bottlo of a Dyrti Eginit in our Village. I used that and two or three to Talca More and to nil a a Long Story Short to am now an healthy Arami a thei o in the county. Since then i Havo recommended Ali. David Kennedy s a Volute it my Edy to others whom Datnow to have suffered from kidney and liver complaint a and i assure the. Public that Uio. A Volute hem Edy has done its work with a similar completeness in every single in Kancov and i Trust Votuc other sit i Ami discouraged mortal May hear of it and try Tho a Volute hem Edy As i Wells my Apple liver pills 10c. And 25c. Hough on tooth Eho instant Tellof. 15c. Bucu pain great kidney and urinary care. 81. Boi itch on coma for corns warts bunions. Flo. i Oahu Rono Wor euros dyspepsia Init Otono Hough on dentist tooth. Powder 15c, a be great German remedy for pain. Relieves and cures rheumatism neuralgia Solat Loa Lumbago backache headache t00tha0hi, sore Throat a Insy swelling a Plains Coronesi cuts Brul it frostbite of bpm no aids and All Oiler bodily and pains. Fifty cents a bottle. Sold by nil drug late and dealers. Directions in u languages. A the Charles a. Vogeler co. Fiu Ciori t. A. V0qeixh k 00. In Hirayr. Lift u. B. A. The most popular Medicine s lung Balsam a skims ii that will cdi1k consumption coughs colds asthma group All diseases of the Throat lungs and pulmonary organs. To t a he lunch Balsam huh cured when other remo lob and Phuyai muh have failed to effect n cure. He lung Balsam contains no opium in any form. He lung Balsam be of strictly Puro and Lauri Leaa to the most delicate person. He lunch Balsam in Nepom minded by physicians ministers and Nurthen. The lunch Balsam for croup is a Yafo and sure remedy. Moth Ora try it. The lunch Balsam should he need at Tho first manifestations of a cold or cough. The lunch Balsam a an expectorant has 110 equal. pot deceived. Call for Alt in s lung Balsam and take no other j�3 directions accompany each bottle. J. N. Harris&c0. Limited Cincinnati 0. Alloi Biet Obs. #3rsold by All Medicine dealebs.tb8 Rig Dato sell Otto rubber Bona june. Terms Dili a Alfreo. Taylor Luros. & co., . . Simpson a Tbs a a i icim i o. . Copay asked Eor Patent until obtain Oil. Write Tor inventory guide. A gents wanted for tace Best Anda l factorial Book and Byblos pro i reduced _ Oer cent. National Pond aural co., Chicago m. Electric lighter Domestic and but nc8n purposes. Send for circular. People s Eleo thic Luppia company r. Murray St., new York. Country newspapers supplied with partly printed sheets in Trio most sati Farford manner. Bend for samples and prices to the newspaper Union nos.871 and 278anklln Street oleic ago. Gossamer garments free to any Reader of this paper who will Agron to show our Roods and try to influence sales Anions friends we will h. Lift postpaid two full ladies Gossamer rubber outer proof liniments As samples provided you Cut this out and return with Cost postage flu. Address y1csor rubber co. Boat on Masa. Farm Sciort Iii i and Typo Lunil Fri Toni Here situations furnished a val1ot1nk bios. Jano Vilh win. Whol Salo and retail. Bond for Price list , 71 Stato strut Chicago Wagon Scales drool a eni Lei be re do a Brut Tro beam Ami Lwiza Fox big Hamora $c0 and Jones a pm re tit frail it for free Talco lift mention Llila paper and 4d�iret�jqhes of Bawoh Atohi bin Himton n. Vii s Ely s Cream Jalm causes no a Iii. Gives Relief at once. Thorough treatment Mill cure. Not u liquid or Sipult. Apply with firmer. Give it a trial. So cents at Dpi Reikala. 00 cents by mini. Rcd is Creel. Senrt give Jug s,,0wcko.n.t. The sure for cure kidney diseases liver complaints constipation piles and blood diseases. Physicians endorse it heartily kidney wort in Tho Moat Sucic fitful remedy i Over or. P. C. Ija Llou Monkton it. Kidney wort a always or. It. N. Clark so. Hero it. Kidney wort Haa Eurc my Vlf after two years suit Cring or. O. M. Suim Crlin Sun Hill a. In thousands of cases it Baa cured Lahero All Al Fly had failed. It is mild but efficient certain in its action but harmless in Oil Carea. T3rlteleait�te�i thello Daad str Natbony and circus new ii o to All Tho important organs of Tho body. The natural action of Tho kidneys is restored. Tho Livor is Olean Sod of Alldis Easo and Tho bowels Movo freely and healthfully. In this Way Tho worst diseases Aro eradicated from Tho a. Price ?1.00 Mycio or Phy 86ld by druggists. Dry can be sent by mail Wells it. Kirs liver and kidney remedy compounded from Tho Well known curative hops malt Bucu Mandrake dandelion Sarsaparilla Caa Cara Sagrada etc., combined with an agreeable aromatic they cube dyspepsia & i mestizos act upon the ii Tor and kidneys Beau late the bowels they euro thou Matlum and All urinary troubles. Thoy inv Lorato nourish strengthen and quiet Tho nervous to a Tonto they have no equal take none but hops and malt bettor a. For Sale by All dealers hops and melt bitters co. Detroit Mich. Or. David 1r Kennedy s l leu Kiliti to the lie rowers no to cure Ami Woje Omo  in every la nine kidney and j Livee Ojibe or. Kennedy favor to remedy 14 adapted i. Kennedy1 taltos his personal and irofp3.-.ioiuil in i u Al inv a Kennedy a Maloui n. J j b Foote 8 original methods in n cd Cut mat Kew without Doc of ulu 11 co org Lambea Phat ii up cured Willio Toner thou i u1 in flu of uncomfortable Rusu. Up Zuncic cured i Lhnn cutting i Lilli Zuolo . Or. Schenck s medicines for the cure of consumption. For Otylior Cort Lucatos of cures Send for a. Fob cock s Book on consumption liver complaint and dyspepsia. It fives full description of those d 6easc5 in their various forms also valuable information in regard to Trio diet and elot tiny of the sick How and when exercise should to taken a. This Book is the result of Many years of experience in Trio treatment of lung diseases and should to read not Only by Tho Amic Tod but x y those who from hereditary taint or other cause suppose themselves Liu Blo to any affection of Tho Throat or Iii its. Post paid to All applicants. Address r. J. Schunck & son p. O. Philadelphia a. Go and see Tho people who write the following letters if possible a Geist Lovinn Well known in Znini Casville Dresden and Colio Eton writes Isom Pekin Iii. It. J. Ii. Seminck Deli sir in the win tin of is i i was told by three pro Iii it do tin a thai my wife had consumption and Tiu she could not live until Spring soon after this a l. Who Uvea in Dayton Ohio Reco in mended your to Uei Nea to her but Bavins been told that the was incurable we had no Faith in them. Her Friend Ila Jay brought her a Bogue of your Pulmonic syrup and insisted on her riving it a fair trial Sho did to and Ali Alt god by its use her Lite was saved. She is now entirely Well. I am Well known Here As Well As in Zanesville Dresden and Ohot ton and would refer you to the Druff �ist3 and others in Tieny towns Olio will remember his wife s Cane a a very bad Ono. I Liao recommended your medicines to a croat Ninny and Bavo never known tic in to fail in niacin a cures where they leave been a Ivun a fair trial. I am induced to Send you this by Tho Trio edit that it will be of such great Uno to Hub Fenny humanity. A. Wj11tk, nov. 81, a

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